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males had taken from him so he decided to kill them. he walked up behind a total stranger and shot him in the back. by any definition these crimes were viciousness motivated by race hate. if we want to and we don't want to, we could do a whole show on times like these. if you really believe what the democratic party and blm are telling you that white males are intentionally destroying the world, you might be motivated to hurt someone. why wouldn't you? what's striking is how little attention justin tyrone roberts is receiving. needless to say he's not. on one level honestly that's fine with us. picking up the wound, america's wound is unwise and with always thought that and think it now more than ever. almost irate racial country can only survive if it self-consciously deemphasizes
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race and treats every person as an individual and not a member of some larger group that is guilty or innocent. that should be the goal that's our history and route to get back to it as soon as we can. but that is exactly the opposite of what our leaders are doing. they are working hard to divide us into warring camps and are using allies to do it. they are telling us a story that's completely and very much intentionally disconnected from reality and claiming costs that something called white supremacy which is a term they never defined is a single greater threat than we have faced. here is our thoroughly craven attorney general telling us that very light today. >> and the fbi's view, the top domestic violence threat, specifically those who advocated for the superiority or of the white race. >> tucker: that is the state attorney general of the
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united states making a statement that's backed up by the fbi. so who are these white supremacist, what are the names and what crimes under the u.s. code if they committed? we still don't know. merrick garland didn't tell us today. he spent most of his time talking about the write up the capital on january 6th, an event that had nothing whatsoever to do with race. but merrick garland lied about that and that he like most people you see on television want you to believe in one's history to record that jim january since six was bent on taking over this country. came this close, and because of january 6th says the chief law enforcement officer, anyone
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who leads to opposition to joe biden's government. that's our position and they said that out loud, they do today. so what is this exactly? it's a big change in the way the united states government assesses and treats its own citizen. that's through the transformation that was formerly democratic and republican before anything else. vladimir putin knows authoritarian systems very well and he sees clearly what's happening in this country. watch this. >> did you order alexi in a bony's assassination? >> we don't have a habit of assassinating anyone, that's one. number two, did you order the assassination of the woman walked up to congress and was shot and killed by the policeman? did you know 415 vigils were arrested after entering the congress and they didn't come to
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steal a laptop, they come with political demands. >> tucker: so we just played tape of vladimir putin. under normal circumstances we would never play tape of a foreign adversary criticizing her government but honestly those are fair questions. who did shoot ashley babbitt and why don't we know? our anonymous federal agents now allowed to kill unarmed woman who protest the regime and that's okay? that's not okay and will never be okay. and why are all those january 6 protesters still in prison on trespassing charges as so many biden voters who torched federal buildings walking free? what's the answer that question. if all of that is going on in russia, all of that is scary. speaking of january 6th, why are there still so many things, basic factual matters that we don't understand about that day? why is the biden administration preventing us from knowing and why is the administration still
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hiding within 10,000 hours of surveillance tape from the u.s. capitol on january 6th? what could possibly be the reason for that even as they call for more openness, we need to get to the bottom of it. they could release those tapes today but they are not. why? they ought to be asking those questions urgently. a lot depends on the answers. and at least one news organization is asking them. revolver news which is a new site and turned out to be one of the last honest outlets on the internet. a new piece on revolver dot news suggests an answer to some of these questions. i know that government is hiding the identity of many law enforcement officers were present at the capital on january 6th, not just the one who killed ashley babbitt. according to the government's own court document they participated sometimes in violent ways. we know that because without fail the government has thrown the book at most people in the capital on january 6th. it was a nationwide dragnet to
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find them and many are still in solitary confinement but strangely some of the key people that participated on june the 6th of charged. look at the document. the government calls those people unindicted coconspirators. that means everything bookcase they were fbi operators. really? in the capital hauntingly sixth. for example one of those unindicted coconspirators is someone that documents only identify as person two. according to those documents person two stayed on the same hotel room as a man named thomas caldwell, and insurrectionist. a member of the group the oath keepers. the group stormed the barricade on january 6th alongside thomas caldwell. caldwell, who by the way is a 65-year-old man, this dangerous insurrectionist, was led to believe there would be a "quick reaction force" also participating on generally sixth. that quick reaction force,
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caldwell was told, would be led by someone called person three who had an hotel room and in accomplishing with them. but here's the interesting thing. person two and person three where the organizers of the riot. the government knows who they are but the government has not charge them. why is that? you know why. they were almost certainly working for the fbi so fbi operatives were organizing the attack on the capital on januaro government documents. in those two are not alone. in all, revolver news reported there were an upwards of 20 coconspirators in the oath keeper indictment or playing various roles in the conspiracy which have not been charged for virtually the same activities and in some cases much, more severe activities as those names alongside them in the indictment. so it turns out that this white
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supremacist s insurrection -- organized at least in part by government agents. are you shocked? we are shocked. we shouldn't be shocked because in march the fbi director admitted that the bureau was infiltrating as many dissident groups that oppose the regime as it possibly could. >> there must be moments where you think, if we would have known, if we could have mental traded this group, do you have those moments? >> sometimes it's this horrific that starts right at the heart of our system of government, right at the time a transfer of power is being discussed. you could be darn tuten that we are focused very, very hard on how can we get better sources and better information, and until something like january 6, never happens again. >> wait a second. there's a huge difference
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between using an informant and paying people to help organize a violent action which is what happened, apparently, according to government documents on january 6th. that is a online end of the fbi has crossed it and it's not the first on the cross that line in michigan. member that plot to kidnap governor gretchen whitmer? we heard a lot about that and witmer was able to cover some of her own incompetence, if not all, by pointing to the fact that she is a victim. the whole team of insurrectionist was going to drive a van up to gretchen whitmer's vacation house and threw her in the back and drive away. the mastermind of this plot according to the fbi was a man called adam fox. adam fox turned out to be a homeless guy who was living in the basement of a vacuum repair shop. the whole story was a farce, it was insulting really once you got to the details.
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if you read the charging documents carefully, and you should, it gets even more ridiculous. it turns out that even the five people in the gretchen whitmer kidnapped van was an fbi agent in the van. the defense acquitted in these documents in an informant or undercover agent wasn't "usually present" in the groups meeting. simple math which we can do, nearly half the gang of kidnappers were working for the fbi. remember the guy who'd suggested using a bomb to blow up a bridge? that guy was an undercover fbi agent. okay. january 6th on 9/11, there's your answer. a lot of us in this this you were doing apology and proffering it on television. we didn't see the obvious.
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to violate civil liberties in pursuit of a foreign terror organization, that's the same mechanism for political dissent. that's the terra factory and it analyze terror prosecution from 2001 through 2013. at least 50 defendants were on trial because of behavior that the fbi had not only encouraged but enabled. fbi agents were essentially the plotters in these crimes and they made the crimes, crimes. 2012, a writer for the nation found that fbi agents had "crossed the line from merely observing potential behavior which by the way is allowed and good too, and we are quoting, encouraging people and assisting people to participate and plot largely scripted by the fbi
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itself. we checked, we looked carefully. and it's not an exaggeration, we wish it were. one of those pots was an islamic terror attack in 2015 in garland, texas. it turned out an fbi employee played an active role in that shooting. >> the fbi was much closer to the garland attack than anyone realized. >> after that we discover they learned a lot more about the garland attack than they let on. >> that's right. >> after the trial we found out they had had an undercover agent who had been texting with simpson. less than three weeks before the attack to tear up texas. >> the man he was talking about was a special agent of the fbi working undercover and posing as an islamic radical. >> so they are doing that to islamic radicals, what are they doing to american citizens? that should really worry you. in a moment of uncharacteristic
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honesty, frank for toulouse he explained on msnbc, the goal is to round up people of in the regime. in order to address that problem, arresting low-level operatives is merely a speed bump, not a roadblock, in order to really tackle terrorism, you've got to attack and dismantle the command and control elements of the terrorist group. that may mean people sitting in congress right now. >> tucker: round up sitting, duly elected members of congress because they oppose the regime. even vladimir putin is not doing that. there is a former assistant directly to the fbi calling on television and no one noticed. they are rounded people up, how about rounding up the fbi operatives, wanting to identify
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the guy that shot ashley babbitt to death. this is crazy and we should resist it. darren beatty heads up revolver news. it sounds like according to this, i have to say remarkable piece that you just put up late last night, the fbi was organizing the riots of january 6th. >> it certainly suggests that possibility and i'm hearing from people that this is the most important and the darkest investigative piece that they've seen in years. but the american people deserve the truth about 1-6 not just for the sake of ashley babbitt, not just for the sake of hundreds of people held in prison unjustly as a violation of human rights but for the sake of the 70 plus million people who were trump supporter's or just against the corrupt ruling class that have been labeled domestic extremists by our own government.
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i believe the key that unlocks the truth to 1-6 with the following question. to what extent where the main militia groups imputed to the 1-6 so-called capital cities and to what extent was the infiltration of those groups by undercover informants and to what extent do we see the unindicted coconspirators, coconspirators who occupy senior positions in those groups, to what extent are those people being spared propp's stomach prosecution on account of a prior relationship with the federal government? those two questions create a threat and when we pull that threat the ugly truth of that event and perhaps even the country we live in will be exposed. >> tucker: i have to ask because it may answer one of the great mysteries, i think there are 14,000 hours of unreleased video footage from that day that the administration is hiding from us. do you think this is why?
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>> i think that's certainly a possibility. it's extremely suspicious, even going back to the so-called pipe from her radio. the fbi has been extremely suspicious and withholding evidence, video evidence that could help identify this bomber which presumably they want to do. but if you may i'd like to make a general point and after seeing all this you have to ask yourself, does the national security apparatus to anything but conspire against the american people i'm led to conclude that you don't have a democracy that everything in our policy will be fake and can formative until they bring the national security state including the fbi to heal. it's not a left issue or right issue, every politician who cares about our country should demand a church committee to point out. >> tucker: immediately. people in good faith on the left should join immediately.
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i appreciate the work you do at the revolver, thank you. a crime wave threatening to destroy buckhead in atlanta which was once a very nice place to live. just the other day someone was shot for jogging and not unprovoked attack. the wife of that man explains what happened. we will be right back.
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♪ ♪ >> tucker: >> tucker: equity is not equality, equity is replacing equality. seattle is so excited about the state established something called the equitable development division. we are now the person in charge of that division is a lunatic. trace gallagher has more. >> a social justice advocate who you said networks for the city of seattle and is running as a progressive candidate for the king county council. 11 years ago, the young mother of two threatened to blow up a school bus filled with kids. court documents viewed by an fox news along with audio recording show that in january 2010, he was writing on the school bus and pulled the driver that a national security incident was going on. when the driver told her to get off the bus she started
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screaming at the kids and said do you need to calm yourselves down because i could have a bomb, look how loose my clothes are. when kids panicked and started pulling to the exit she called them cowards. now she blames it all on mental health issues but police reports, court documents and even her own statements of the time contradict that. she didn't want to mental health care, she wanted to go to jail. yet we should note that several state and county politicians are now endorsing her candidacy and one state democrat said she would follow her anywhere. >> tucker: trace gallagher, thanks so much. the school bus full of children, that's equity in a phrase. last night we told you about the tragic collapse of a neighborhood called buckhead in northwestern atlanta, nice place with a really nice people. there are now constant shootings in buckhead thinks to the mayor of atlanta. the mall is off-limits, and a
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security guard was shot during a robbery. criminals aren't simply terrorizing stores, they are also hurting residence. on june 5th 1 man pulled up alongside a resident called andrew worley who was out for a job and played the 911 call yesterday. it's too upsetting to play again especially with the fact that his wife is joining us. we played that tape of your husband last night, and i can't imagine how it makes you feel. just some if you will for us what happened? >> he went out for his normal three mile route. he was about halfway through and he felt the car coming up alongside him and as the window came down he saw a gun and the
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guy shot immediately. he was stunned and he shot him again and andrew took off and ran up a little hill behind a tree and the guy took off and andrew called 911. >> tucker: is such a -- it's a horrible thing but it's also baffling because he apparently didn't know the guy. heidi seen the man before? >> complete stranger. >> is there any indication why the guy did it? >> from what we understand the suspect in custody does suffer from multiple mental health issues and has been off of his medication and people he knows have been trying to get him help but he had a firearm and he should not have. >> tucker: how is your husband doing? >> he's okay, he's in a lot of pain still but getting around with a walker and started it
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physical therapy and it's going to take a while. it's physically and mentally. >> tucker: so terrible things happen, the reason we highlighted the tragedy that befell your husband yesterday is because they are happening a lot more in buckhead which is a really nice place with really nice people. does this feel like part of a pattern to you as someone who lives there? >> it does. within same for the past year or 18 months that it's creeping in closer and closer to the neighborhoods. it's been in buckhead but it's getting closer and closer and i never imagined it would be knocking on our door like this. i think this is one reason why the citizens of buckhead are so disturbed by this because we all feel violated. >> tucker: its most basic
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violation. it's your neighborhood, are going for a run and some guy doesn't like that we look and pulls up alongside you and shoots you. do you feel social pressure to stay silent? >> you know, maybe this could be the catalyst for some change and action in atlanta and specifically buckhead. >> tucker: i sure hope you're right. you should stay and make it what it was which is a nice place. all kinds of people. we are grateful that you did. so it's been interesting and sad to watch the fact of the stifling conformity that people
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create for a living. they can't create, they can only create robotically the same partisan line. we have a take that you got to see. ♪ ♪
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>> tucker: until just the other day practically you got kicked off the internet suggesting that the coronavirus may come from a lab a few feet away that was in a shooting coronavirus, and all of a sudden it's conventional wisdom. how conventional wisdom? the most conventional man in america politics now believes it. what's interesting now is what stuart said, but what stephen colbert reacts. >> if there's a chance that this was created in a lab. an investigation. >> a chance? there is a novel respiratory coronavirus overtaking wuhan,
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china. what do we do? you know who we ask, the wuhan novel respiratory coronavirus lab. the disease is the same name as the lab. how did this happen? and they are like, someone kissed a turtle. while the only coronavirus we have is and will hand out where they have a lab called the, what's the lab called again stephen? >> the wuhan novel coronavirus lab. >> i believe that the case. and how long have you worked for senator ron johnson? >> what a brilliant retort. the sad thing is stephen colbert was talented at one point but his brain has been so rotted by political orthodoxy that that's all he can say. and thousands of his fans are in the same predicament. jon stewart was a racist and one viewer wrote -- using to
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badmouth science was a wasted opportunity. badmouth science. science is offended. the good news is that what stuart said is probably true and it's good for people to hear that. and it's good for people to watch hbo on friday, i can't believe we are saying. >> california, we are back. june 15th. maybe we can stop this silly distancing and masking leap. tuesday california lifts its restrictions. [applause] >> but i see not everyone applauding because that's old the truth. a lot of people out here, a lot of people it everywhere, they say they are going to continue to wear masks even after they a sound of the all clear. you will never have a 100% covered free atmosphere. viruses always stay, and i can't
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guarantee everything, just have to live again. >> what's interesting is that these comedians are following and not leading. their job is to tell the truth before anyone else dares to. so i guess we should be happy that people could sort of tell the truth once in a while on tv. i'm also a little disappointed in their cowardice for waiting this long. clay travis and buck sexton, great to see you. it does seem like we are finally allowed a little bit of error to note a couple of obvious things. progress? >> first thanks for having me. second, these guys i think before long bill barr and jon stewart, somebody flipped them a red bill and the next thing you know they will get accused of
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being fox news viewers because they sound like someone who has been hearing the truth for the past year as opposed to marinating in the absurdity that was the consensus opinion. tucker, here's what i would like to take as a glimmer of hope. comedy is supposed to be about rebellion, it isn't supposed to be about enforcing the dogma of the political party that is empowered. and finally, we are starting to see a little bit of rebellion from belmar and from jon stewart, to smart guys that looked at all of the facts and they are starting to say, starting to puncture the reality of the majority party that is ruling with a lot of absurdity. this is the emperor wears no close moment and to me they definitely feel red peeled. >> it's raising the middle finger in the face of the powerful and saying, i'm sorry,
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they have a special exemption to say with absolutely true and everybody knows that you can't do anything. how shameful is it that we wait a year and a half for someone to firmly do that? i've been typing at this whole time. >> -waiting for it and i'm cautiously optimistic that what is starting to happen is we are starting to see a revolution against a woke universe and that's going to be led to. that's creative people and they say wait a minute, you're constraining my ability to comment on the larger culture when you look at every one of my jokes and try to dissect it to see whether or not the amorous faculty is happy with the joke that i've told. when all of this constraint meant occur is what typically is going to be the response is a robust absolute embrace of creativity and it can't be creative while being stifled within the bounds of what the left wing culture is creating.
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i think what you are starting to see from jon stewart, i don't know if you thought kevin hart" he had out there about what he can't do in this current world, they are known to be right wingin nature but with ins freedom. they are starting to create is you are either for freedom and free thought or you are against an aunt comedians by the nature have to rebel against anyone is opposed to free thought. >> tucker: i hope you're right. not one thing has been created in this country, not one thing, only destroyed. >> your show and fox news in general is whether they want to acknowledge it or not, given these guys the space to make the arguments that they are making now even if they consider fox news viewers to be an insult. all those people laughing in the
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stephen colbert audience, they would have made the comments that jon stewart did over the last year, a conspiracy theorist, and a right wing zealot.
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♪ ♪ >> tucker: >> tucker: a satire, because site started off pretty funny and then got genuinely hilarious and persisted in telling the truth and of course "the new york times" hated that. they denounce the babylon as being a "far right misinformation site" that sometimes traffics the disinformation under the guise of satire. and the babylon, be to his everlasting credit that that down, they tried to sue "the new york times" for saying it. "the new york times" can be a source of disinformation which it certainly is, and then this. "we have removed the reference to the babylon b from an article and appended a correction." seth dillon is the man who made that happen it back down "the new york times," and we are honored to have him join us
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tonight. seth, thanks so much for coming on. i don't know how it happened, it got so great. it was good but then it got amazing. but i didn't realize that you had the holy ghost to go "the new york times." good for you. >> thank you for having me on your show and giving a platform from which to misinform her millions of viewers. harmfully and maliciously. >> tucker: [laughs] any time, that's what we do. they look to snopes and they look to cnn.
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we have to send demand letters and we have to threaten to sue otherwise we get mischaracterized and get the boot from social media. >> tucker: and so it's not just a question of honor, not just a duel. they insulted you, it's a direct threat to your business model. >> absolutely. depend on social networks for traffic to our site and if we lose the social networks and we lose our business. it's really a self-preservation thing, it's about survival. >> tucker: how interesting, i misread this completely. "the new york times" by calling it disinformation site is in effect threatening to shut you down. >> yeah, and i think that's a deliberate strategy. the fake news has been a concern for social networks for the last several years and they've been trying to find ways to fact-check and the platform and demonetize an deboost people who are spreading fake news on the platforms. so the legacy media, leftist
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media taking advantage of that. we are talking about comedy and comedians leading the way, we are one of the few comedians leading the way. we are making fun of the things that need to be made fun of or a writ ideas. "the new york times" has incredible disdain for us i would guess by the way they are treating us on by the way they're handling us because they know better. on one hand it's extremely ironic that they are using this information to smear us as being a source of it but beyond that it's comically ironic. beyond that it's malicious because they know better. >> tucker: really quick, did you guys ever start a war and say iraq under most pretenses? >> tucker: it's sorry "the new york times." i just wanted to check. so when you guys do that i guess you just want to criticize. it's amazing. >> thank you, i appreciate that. >> tucker: esso sandy cortez
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has chosen who she would like to be the next mayor of new york. that person we checked it is a good fan of defunding the police. what's amazing is, and would got new photographic evidence to prove it. sandy cortez's candidate is in fact a hypocrite. we have all the details for you, just ahead.
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>> tucker: by a wily wants to be the next mayor of new york city, and she's been in endorsed by alexandria ocasio-cortez. she believes very strongly defunding the police and in fact a recent debate, maia wiley suggested we might disarm the new york city police department. >> proposing legislation from cops, and some might ask all the
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way, and we take the guns away from them >> but you take the guns away from the nypd, not prepared to make the decision in a debate. >> tucker: you will be surprised by two things, one she's being funded by george soros, under soros she'll like bill kristol and the rest of the people who say things that aren't good for america. the second thing you might not be shocked to learn, we learned this from the daily mail is that maia wiley doesn't really believe in defunding the police. how do we know this? because she and her neighbors paid thousands of dollars every year for their own private police to protect their neighborhood including wiley's $2.75 million home. carol markowitz joins us.
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it's kind of amazing that someone with a straight face would say defund the police, take away their guns and paid for their own private police. or should we not be shocked? >> i was on your show last summer and i said the only people wanted to defund the police are rich people. and here we go, my wiley is here to prove it. a rich person who wants to strip for people of services who wants to take away their police department and their gifted education. obviously she's against school vouchers even though her kids go to private school. so she is one of the typical hypocrites that we have running in new york city but my wiley candidacy is for people with like incompetence of the bill de blasio situation but don't think he is enough. >> tucker: was honestly infuriating is that my o'reilly is a rich person. and that's okay, i am too. she sends her kids to private schools and all the rest, but she poses as a victim. how did she get away with that?
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>> friendly media always helps but i think that the real things are that a lot of the new york liberals are just like her. they also have in her mind that they could also hire private security, just like maya wiley. she is really to his left where she really is it do as i say and not as i do. >> tucker: shouldn't there be some kind of a law that requires the people who make our laws to live with the consequences of the laws they make? >> that would be nice to occur i'm not going to count on maya wiley to pass any laws like that because i think they would be most harmful to her. >> tucker: if you're into equity and diversity and inclusion you should not be allowed to go to aspen or martha's vineyard, ever. you should be living next to section 8. and i'm dead serious.
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carol markowitz, great to see you. that's it for us tonight, we will be back at 8:00 p.m. every weeknight. lists show that is the sincere enemy of lying, pomposity and groupthink. up next, a surprise guest, sean hannity takes over the hour from nine until 10:00 p.m. eastern. the whole thing. here he is. >> sean: i am trying to get the surprise aspect, but i'm not really surprised. coming up, jon stewart separates himself from the left wing mob yet again first bravely standing up for our brave soldiers and now just kneeling it on the origins of covid-19, causing his friend to stephen colbert's had to kind of exploded, interesting tv. also tonight far left clinton hack also believes it's a vast right wing and he stuck in the 90s. we are less the


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